Based on their book, “Why Knock Rock?”, and their church lectures, Dan and Steve Peters examines how rock music's obsession with sex, drugs and suicide is dangerous to young people. Since the dawn of Rock and Roll, there has been ministers howling about its evil affects. Ministers would tour the country's churches and college campuses with sermons and slide shows illustrating the Devil's influence on the rock music. In this film we certainly see that rock stars aren't the best role models for kids and teens, but the Peters brothers often miss the musician's point – especially with some of the lyrics. Dan and Steve do however seem to take a delight in presenting some of the 1980s more perverse album covers to young people.
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June 14, 2017 Subject:
It's Ned Flanders and Helen Lovejoy
These are literally the kind of folks that must've influenced writers of The Simpsons. It's all here; the overtly friendly ways of condemning folks to hell, bitchy yet clueless gripes, giddy gossip and obscure Bible quotes.
Bonus points for the unintentional comedy which flowed from that scene with a determined looking man listening to headphones while preparing to introduce a bullet to his brain. (Imagined him listening to Fade to Black by Metallica.)
May 4, 2015 Subject:
Burn your records now!
Amazing 80's artifact, featuring the Peters Brothers, Dan and Steve, talking all about the evils of Rock and Roll. They go into it from all sides, from album covers, songs, and even the band themselves. It all ends with a bible love in. Steve gets the best lines. Highly reccomended!